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January 26, 2014

Scifi/Fantasy movies opening in February

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February 7 – Vampire Academy

February 14 – Robocop

February 14 – Winter’s Tale

February 28 – Welcome to Yesterday

May 26, 2013

Scifi/Fantasy movies opening in June

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The Purge – June 7

Man of Steel – June 14

This is the End – June 14

Monsters University – June 21

World War Z – June 21

Byzantium – June 28

April 19, 2013

“Lonely Phoenix” now available

Filed under: Stories — Tags: , , , — Stephen L. Thompson @ 5:35 am

LPMed

My short, scifi story “Lonely Phoenix” is now available for $0.99 on Kindle.  Here’s the description:

Partway to a new colony world, board member Geoffrey Ames is woken from hibernation by the caretaking crew of the Lucian.  They require him to look into the matter of their fellow crewman Morgan Heller.  Morgan’s claims – such as being over 1500 years old – would normally land him in the psychiatric ward, except he can back up some of his other claims.

October 28, 2012

Brain for Rent and other stories

Filed under: Promotions, Stories — Tags: , , , , , , — Stephen L. Thompson @ 11:34 pm

 

I’ve just published a minianthology of five of my short, scifi stories.  Here’s the description:

“Brain for Rent and other stories” is a collection of five, short scifi stories by Stephen L. Thompson giving a sampling of his writing. Included in the collection are: “Brain for Rent” about a ne’re-do-well failed writer with a conceptual implant who discusses his work with a young woman thinking of getting an implant herself. “The Demonstration” is about a different young woman wanting to show off her latest body modification. “Self Imprisonment” offers one solution of where to put the backup copy of yourself for safe keeping. “The Best Job Ever” is about a necessary – yet unpleasant – human/alien interaction. And the collection ends with “Why Stay?” which explains why, after years of fighting the humans, the robots just deactivate.

“Brain for Rent and other stories” can be on your Kindle for only $0.99!

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